Graded Readers at 150 Characters https://www.sinosplice.com/life/archives/2019/05/31/graded-readers-at-150-characters
Ruben Verborgh tries to get his data out of Facebook. https://ruben.verborgh.org/facebook/
Ray Brown plays Super Mario. 😂 https://youtu.be/DmfErgDTGQY
Lichess v2 is here! You can now use Lichess on any device.
I never got to meet @email@example.com, but I worked with his (and Robert’s and Mike’s) baby for 13 years, read nearly every public thing he’s written, and listened to nearly every talk he’s given. Thank you, Joe. Your work improved mine in countless ways. #rememberingjoe
Is it possible to smear paint on a wall WITHOUT creating a valid Perl program? Just barely, it turns out. http://colinm.org/sigbovik/
Reinventing, rethinking and playing with UI that is just fine already:
A nice example of creativity in software design, and the value of building things that already exist!
Why data science often doesn't suit specialisation by team members:
Some nice symbol-plist history and thoughts. Via Heow Goodman on FB. http://blog.funcall.org/lisp/2016/03/01/grand-symbol-plist-treatise/
Here's a great free, open-source website for solving fast-paced chess puzzles: https://blitztactics.com/
And the puzzles are from the Lichess tactics trainer 😀
If you feel anxious about an upcoming hard deadline, just remember that #brexit is less than 5 weeks away.
Google research concludes that there's no viable fix for Spectre in vulnerable hardware: https://www.i-programmer.info/news/149-security/12556-google-says-spectre-and-meltdown-are-too-difficult-to-fix.html
Smug Lisp weenie / passionate about double bass and jazz / mathematician-wannabe. 我会说一点儿普通话 kaj mi iam parolis Esperanton flue.
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